Pastor – K.R. Mele
Pastor KR and Gina have been married for almost 32 years. Their family (along with several others) helped plant Family Life of Penns Valley in 2004. Pastor KR previously served in two churches as Children’s Pastor. Both he and Gina are involved in overseas work through “Haven of Hope Global Ministries.” Pastor KR also founded “Rock-n-Roll Ministries” (www.rocknrollministries.com) following a cross country bike trip known as “Coast 2 Coast 4 Jesus.” Their son, Luke and his wife Nikki reside in California. Their daughter Olivia, and her husband TJ live in Florida
Office Administrator – Tammie Shuey
Tammie Shuey has been serving as Office/Ministry Assistant since 2012 and has been a part of Family Life since 2009. She has been serving in various church ministry since 2006. She and her husband, Tim, live nearby and enjoy serving in many ways. In their free time they enjoy visiting their children, camping and kayaking.
Associate Pastor – Dalton Williams
Pastor Dalton grew up in Family Life of Penns Valley, and was an avid member of the youth group and worship team. While in college he took on the role of Youth Leader at Family Life, and continued in that role until 2019 when he received his ministry credentials. He graduated from Global University in the Spring of 2018 with his degree in Bible & Theology. He now oversees Family Life’s Worship Ministry, as well the website and social media.
Family Ministries Coordinator – Sarah Homan
Sarah and Justin, her husband of 16 years, live on the family farm in Centre Hall. They have six children. In 2002, she finished a two year program at State College Masters Commission. During that time, she completed the first level courses for Berean School of the Bible. After getting married and spending time raising her children, she joined Penns Valley Mops in 2014. Sarah has been on the leadership team for the last six years as both the Creative Activities Coordinator and most recently the Meeting Coordinator. Her heart is to see families strengthened and people empowered to minister in their own sphere of influence.